Aaah, kounye a, nou va konprann gwo danje ki ap plane sou...

Jla - March 14 2019, 8:40 AM

Aaah, kounye a, nou va konprann gwo danje ki ap plane sou tèt nasyon tinèg san sèvèl saa yo?

Nou remèt nou kò-e-am nan men yon entru ki gen plan disparisyon pou pèp ki okupe ti bout tè saa; nou privatize tout bagay nèt pou ti po-patat.

Nou ap pale bloke peyi, men moun ki ka bloke peyi tande.

Vant nou nan men yo, sèvo-w nan men yo. Si yo pa pote ban nou, nou pa manje; yo gen kontwòl limyè, dlo, manje, komunikasyon; nenpòt kilè, yo ka koupe tout sours lavi ti pèp saa...

Nou va di mw te di nou sa...

Bondye Senyè, gen pitye, fè gras ankò e sove ti pèp kou rèd e rebèl saa. Amèn

38;❤️!

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